Thermal Spray Industry
Thermal spraying technology is a method of using a heat source to heat the sprayed material to a molten or semi-melted state, and spraying and depositing it on the surface of the pretreated substrate at a certain speed to form a coating. A special working surface is made on the surface of ordinary materials to achieve: anti-corrosion, abrasion resistance, abrasion resistance, high temperature resistance, oxidation resistance, heat insulation, insulation, electrical conductivity, anti-microwave radiation and other properties.
High-purity Spherical Aluminum Powder launched by Sunflower Chemical Group. The aluminum powder coating is non-magnetic, has good electrical and thermal conductivity, excellent radio wave shielding ability and resistance to electric shock. In order to reduce the oxide content of the coating, low-pressure plasma spraying or protective atmosphere plasma spraying is usually used. Aluminum powder easily reacts with other metals such as nickel and iron at a higher temperature (about 650°C), and emits a lot of heat. The purity of the aluminum powder used for thermal spraying needs to be greater than 99.0%, and the particle size is usually: 30-100μm.
Particle size range: D50=30-100μm
Aluminum purity: Al≥99.80%
Impurity content: Fe≤0.08%, Si≤0.06%, H2O≤0.1%, others ≤0.01%
Product features: High purity, Low impurities, Concentrated distribution, Uniform particles.
For models or parameters that are not in the product catalog, product customization services can be provided.